Igniting a brand promise requires a culture that walks, talks, sells, plans, hires, trains and functions with a unified commitment to delivering that promise. When an organization aligns behind its promise, it can move forward quickly and powerfully. Change can happen easier and faster, and loyalty is strong amongst customers and employees.

Internal-external brand alignment is the practice of eliminating the disconnects and distractions that can so easily breakdown delivery of your customer promise. It involves communication, education and ongoing engagement with your teams. It refocuses a company on what matters most – igniting and delivering the brand promise. Every customer, every time.

Explore our blog posts and position papers to learn more about internal-external brand alignment and how it can contribute to igniting your brand promise.

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Recent Blog Posts

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What Makes Your Business so Special?

Last night I had a very fun conversation with my daughter. She will be a high school senior next year and she decided to run for a class office. As she wasRead More...
By : Kurt Kennedy | Apr 4, 2015
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When Customer Retention Kills a Culture

Last November, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts expressed embarrassment over his company’s customer service. In particular, Roberts spoke of an incident last summer where a frustrated customer recorded a conversation with a Comcast rep. TheRead More...
By : Alice Wright | Mar 30, 2015
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Why Internal-External Brand Alignment is Critical in Times of Change

Moments of change and transition are common and necessary. Staying competitive and pursuing new opportunities demands that business continue to reinvent, deconstruct, update and evolve. Business change and transition can include adaptionRead More...
By : Kurt Kennedy | Mar 8, 2015
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How to Minimize Brand Damage During a Change

It’s happened to almost every professional at some point in their career: news comes from above that company strategy is shifting. A restructure is coming, along with the closure of locations andRead More...
By : Alice Wright | Jan 29, 2015
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